New York man nearly loses his home after SSDI delay
A delay on a man’s Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits in Port Washington, New York almost resulted in his family losing their home to foreclosure.
Mitch Cohen, once a successful electrical engineer, was his family’s primary breadwinner when he became unable to work after a serious heart attack. Cohen applied for his disability benefits after losing his job and began receiving monthly payments in January of this year. After a favorable hearing stating that his benefits are deserved, Cohen was still owed over $60,000 worth of back-benefits from the years he received no monthly payments. Social Security finally deposited Cohen’s back-benefits six years after he lost his job. Cohen stated he will use the money he received to get out of debt.
The lawyers at Hankey Marks & Crider understand that many people in Indiana experience similar difficulties when their SSDI payments are delayed. If you or someone you know has an issue receiving benefits, we may be able to assist you in obtaining them. Call our office at 317-634-8565 to learn more about your options.